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Autism Hope and Recovery: A Mother’s Story

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April 21, 2016 Today’s post was originally published by Springfieldmoms.org and reprinted with permission from TEAM TMR’s Hoppy. If you know people who still think of autism as an “incurable genetic disorder,” please introduce them to the concept of autism … Continue reading

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How YOU Can Get Involved in TMR Nation TV Network!

Ok TMR Nation – Follow these instructions to become a WEB Reporter for our TMR Nation TV Network. Your mission: To upload your testimonials and stories to any of our channels. Make sure you record using your iPhone in horizontal … Continue reading

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Thinking Moms’ Revolution Announces the First Ever Children’s Health TV Network

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 1, 2015 Tinley Park, Illinois TEAM Thinking Moms’ Revolution, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit Organization created by the Founders of The Thinking Moms’ Revolution is launching the world’s first global telethon to raise funds for families dealing with … Continue reading

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No Shortcuts to Autism Recovery: Do the Work

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I’m going to piss off a few moms. Sorry. Bear with me, please. I’m doing this with love and 13+ years of experience. LOADS of love, including tough love. Last month I was invited to speak at a local autism … Continue reading

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Autism Recovery Parent Panel: Meet Eleven Parents of Recovered Children at AutismOne

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The road to recovery with my son started eight years ago. I remember thinking to myself we’ll do this diet thing for a year, maybe two, and then he’ll be healed and ready for kindergarten. Yeah, not so much. I … Continue reading

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Autism Recovery: A Visit to the Doctor

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(This originally ran on Eagle’s business website in Australia, but it was so good we wanted to share it with our wider audience.)   You all know about my son Tim, I talk about him a lot. He is finally old … Continue reading

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I Have a Dream

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(This blog originally ran on August 28, 2012.) August 28, 1963 is an auspicious date in our nation’s history; it is the date of Dr. Martin Luther King’s I Have a Dream speech.   This speech challenged us to examine … Continue reading

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The One that Got Away

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My son entered fourth grade this year. This is the year where students get to pick a musical instrument to play/learn. Though it is optional, most kids do. I consider it a mark of being “normal” to do what the … Continue reading

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Autism Recovery and Friendships: You Made It Out of Holland, Now What?

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Autism recovery means many things to many people. Our journey has had many twists and turns, improvements, and regressions. I look back at my previously nonverbal child who preferred to sit and spin Tupperware lids, would not respond to his … Continue reading

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Book Review: I Know You’re in There, by Marcia Hinds

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Nine years on this journey and I STILL get excited when I get my hands on a new book which is all about recovery from autism. I have read my fair share of books discussing anything and everything autism over … Continue reading

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